Tricia: the song you’re looking for is “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” by the Tokens. (:

I fixed some side links. I figure that since Todd is the largest referrer, he may as well get a link. (: Keith and Melinda seem to have stopped posting, so their links got the axe. Doris’ link is updated, and all others stay the same, so far as I know.

  1. I think it’s more traditional to engage in a kiss, Tricia, but if you really want to dance for joy instead, I’m sure you’ll be indulged. I have this feeling Nate will want that kiss eventually, though.

  2. well, baptists don’t allow kissing because of what it could lead to… And they don’t allow dancing for the same reason… The two are connected somehow.

  3. Thank goodness I’m marrying a Reformed girl, then. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Thanks for the info, Dave. I can now talk freely about that song and not be embarassed by my poor knowledge of it’s title. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Apparently I’m now going to have a reputation of being a Reformed girl. ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m okay with that. Not to worry, because there will be kissing and dancing galore (actually, there will be no dancing, but that’s just cause we aren’t having a real reception–nothing to do with any of the aforementioned denominations).

  5. i agree with ryan’s notion that nate will want to be kissed eventually. Just ask dave.

  6. Hahaha Does that mean Nate will get yet another kiss from Dave?

  7. Uh, Melissa, I’m counting on you to hold Dave back during the ceremony and reception so that he doesn’t get any strange ideas.

    I wonder if I can Rent-A-Chick (of the Lutheran persuasion) to do the same for Josh.

  8. Hey now, is that a crack at Lutheran women? ๐Ÿ˜‰

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